Chester Property Market Update | February 2020

At Jordan & Halstead, we are passionate about providing an honest and transparent service to every one of our customers, to help them make the right decision, no matter what their circumstances are.

The market in Chester is always moving, so by staying on top of new developments and changes, we can help you feel confident every step of the way on your property journey.

To find out more about the property market in Chester this month, keep reading!

 

Chester infographic feb 2020

 

As we can see, the property market in the Chester area is diverse and offers a variety of options for buyers and sellers. Homes between the value of £200,001 and £400,000 were the most in-demand, with 137 new instructions to 83 sales agreed, the highest ratio of any of our price brackets.

However, high-value homes still make up a fair portion of the market, with a home on Capenhurst Lane selling this month for £900,000!

The majority of homes sold in the Chester area were semi-detached and terraced, which makes a lot of sense when we consider how compact Chester is overall. Space is at a premium in Chester, with the average price for a detached home being more than £100,000 higher than that of a semi-detached home.

To find out more about these insights, or the property market in general, get in touch with the team at Jordan & Halstead today!

 

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